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not been attacked again since 9/11. geico's been saving people money and who doesn't want value for their dollar? been true since the day i made my first dollar. where is that dollar? i got it out to show you... uhh... was it rather old and wrinkly? yeah, you saw it? umm fancy a crisp? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> on this day in 1967, civil rights leader thurgood marshall became the first african american confirmed as a supreme court justice. he would serve on the court for 24 years as a leader of the liberal wing. ♪ ♪ i always feel like (announcer) it's right here, it's easy... ♪ somebody's watching me. ...it's the money you could be saving wh h geico. ♪ who's watching? ♪ tell me who's watching. ufuffled music right here, it's easy... ♪ i always feel lik somebody's watchg g me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. >> over these last 20 years or so, have you changed your view at all about the role of government? >> well, my view is that programs change, but our values don't change. i will never give
. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. >>> health care plan which you support, this man would be given no care whatsoever! >> we're not gonna stand for this! >> well, that's just a sample of congressional town hall meetings on health care reform that have turned rowdy and even in a few cases violent. time now for our sunday panel. paul zego from the wall street journal, steven hayes of the weekly standard and cc connolly of the washington post. so far, what do you make of these town halls? grass roots? exercise in first amendment rights or political astro turf? legitimate political dissent or over the line? >> it's a little of both in the sense somist's org nids. some of it's spontaneous. either way, freedom of assembly. people are passionate. but if your government says i'm gonna rearrange 17% of the u.s. economy, shouldn't you be passionate? i vote for democrat if people weren't fired up and passionate and care a lot about it. so much organizers, no excuse for violence. but those incidents have been very, very rare. >> let me just bring up with you you, as i discuss with sen
be saving with geico. who's watching? ♪ tell me who's watching. (muffled music) (announcer) it's right here, it's easy... ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. >>> on this day in 1974 richard nixon resigned as the 37th president. after nixon left the white house with his trademark wave, vice president gerald ford was sworn into office. stay tuned for more from our panel and our power player of the week. >>> this month's job numbers are a sign that we've begun to put the brakes on this recession. and that the worst may be behind us. >> thaf president obama on saturday, playing up what turned out to be some surprisingly good unemployment numbers. and we're back now with paul, mara, steve and cc. when you look at all the economic data the last few days, where are we in this recession? steve i'll put the question to you that i put to senator mcconnell. how much credit does barack obama deserve for perhaps starting to turn things around? >> i think it's entirely possible that we are out of the recession. you see an increasingly num
feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. >> on this day in 2004, president george w. bush criticized the swift boat ads that accused john kerry of inflating his vietnam war record. stay tuned for more from our panel and our power player of the week. >> we don't have to go to orange to take action in response either to these tapes or just general action to improve security around the country. >> that was then secretary of homeland security tom ridge just before the 2004 election saying there was no need to raise the terror alert level even though usama bin laden had just released a videotaped threat. in a new book, ridge said he came under what may have been political pressure to do just that. we're back with bill, tad, nicolle and juan. so, in the new book, ridge says that then defense secretary rumsfeld and then attorney general ashcroft came to him, final week of the campaign, but just after usama bin laden had issued this threat, urgeded him to raise the terror alert level and in the book ridge says this. i wondered, is this about secur
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